Civil Aerospace Simulation and Training Aircraft Synthetic Vision System Outlook - Market size, segmentation, market share and competitive landscape (2016-2021)
Flight simulators are categorized into two types: FFSs and FSTDs. A FFS is a replica of a specific type of airplane cockpit, whereas a FSTD is a replica of the flight controls and other devices. There are four levels of FFS, levels A-D. Level D is the highest standard and provides aircraft acceleration in all six DOF. A flight simulator covers simulation in three areas such as aircraft, environment, and cueing. Both the FFS and FSTD should conform to ICAO and FAR regulations.
The Civil Aerospace Simulation and Training market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.9%. Flight simulation machines with motion simulators are hugely in demand for their ability to give a more real life type experience to pilots. Although FAA research claims that motion simulation does not make much of a difference, still the market demand for full flight simulator is higher.
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